A comparative list of treatment options for arthritis including DMARDS and other immune modulators.
Practicing physicians might not understand their legal responsibilities when caring for people with disability, which may contribute to inequalities in their care.
According to the survey, 71 percent of physicians currently in practice are happy, with 57 percent reporting enjoying their life a lot or a great deal.
The researchers observed a 54 percent decrease in the monthly incidence of initial opioid prescriptions among enrollees who had not used opioids.
The number of adults reporting the use of strategies, such as requesting a lower-cost medication or not using medication as prescribed, to reduce prescription drug costs remained stable in 2015 to 2017.
Patients who use a simple waiting room tool are more prepared and more likely to begin heir primary care visit by communicating their top priorities.
Menopause symptoms are associated with chronic pain among midlife female veterans.
An opioid supply for seven or fewer days might be sufficient for most patients seen in primary care settings for acute pain who appear to need opioid analgesics.
From 2014 to 2017, there was an improvement in burnout and satisfaction with work-life integration among U.S. physicians.